1/4 For Professor Dunning to find old ally Lionheart, he must ask Harry Crow for aid.
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2/2 Kate's attempt to bring her new gene discovery into the public domain doesn't go to plan.
A small dog called Hector comes to dominate his mistress's life while her fiance is abroad
Alan is furious, Michael is provoking, Usha is hopeful and Rachel is apologetic.
The spinster sleuth suspects a nursery rhyme is behind a set of gory murders.
2/8 With his brother's life at stake, Lord Peter Wimsey faces a murder mystery in Yorkshire.
1/5 On a foggy London night, a chance meeting for MP John Chilcote could be life changing.
1/10 Eager Lewis Eliot starts his rise to power from '20s Leicester. English establishment epic
1/5 Darleen wants a baby. Almost everybody is against the idea, including her partner Jamie.
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1/3 Three very different women set off on a trip that stirs up hopes and fears.
Clarrie plays peacemaker.
16/25 Will the love between Marius and Cosette survive when Valjean leaves for England?
3/4 By Jonathan Holloway. Eric Blair's relationship with the women in his life.
6/10 The first spades cut the ground of the cemetery. But they disturb more than the earth.
2/4 With no cash for a community centre, the priest turns detective over the mayor's palace.
By Rosemary Timperley. Can Mrs Grove really talk with her husband beyond the grave?
6/10 Searching for Earth, the starship Challenger heads towards star cluster Tersus 9.
Elizabeth goes on a treasure hunt.
1/8 Sylvia Plath's iconic and only novel on its 50th anniversary. Crabmeat and Caviar.
Tuesday 12 February 2013